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Sheriff’s Office recognizes telecommunicators
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The Webb County Sheriff’s Office kicked off National Telecommunicators Week with a proclamation and awards ceremony at the Webb County Commissioners Courtroom on Tuesday.


“These fine men and women deserve all the respect and admiration for the type of work they do day in and day out. Their shifts and long hours of sacrifice do not go unnoticed,” Sheriff Martin Cuellar said.


Cuellar and County Judge Tano Tijerina presented certificates of recognition to the telecommunicators. Each dispatcher also received a recognition from the Office of Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Laredo.


“Congratulations to all. Keep up the great work,” the sheriff said.


Tijerina told communicators that it takes a special person to be on the other side of the phone when there’s an emergency.


“Consider yourselves as angels,” the judge said.


Tijerina added, “You are excellent at what you all are doing. On behalf of Webb County and myself, the Commissioners Court, I will tell you that we’re doing everything that we can to help you do your telecommunications.”

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